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Heat guns are commonly used for blowing a stream of hot air. These power tools are commonly used in workshops, labs and engineering applications. A heat gun is used for stripping paints, shrink wrap packaging, shrink film, drying damp wood, soften adhesives and also for bending and welding devices. To meet up with the changing needs of buyers, we at Moglix have come up with the latest range of heat guns online at low prices in India.

The heat guns which we have on offer have been sourced from some of the leading brands in the market such as Bosch, Yuri, Cheston, Stanley, Makita, Metabo, Hitachi, Tiger, Cumi, Dewalt, Skil, Truemax etc. These heat guns are suitable for usage in high temperature. They have a compact weight & solid grip; therefore do not cause a high level of hand fatigue to the users.

Select from the Different Range of Moglix’s Heat Guns Online

At Moglix, we deal in a wide range of heat guns. Some of these are mentioned below:-

Cordless Heat Guns - The cordless heat gun models which we are offering as a part of this collection are equipped with an exciting range of features such as removable heat protection. They can, therefore, be used in narrow places. The Bosch professional heat gun models which form a part of this online collection are suitable for usage by left-handers also. These cordless heat guns are highly effective in removing paints and varnishes and industrial processes such as welding, soldering, and tin-plating.

Glue Heat Guns - A hot glue gun is a highly effective tool for joining and fixing modeling materials. The uses of a glue heat guns include filling of gaps, rolling or spraying, extruding and high melt viscosity. The models which we are offering as a part of our online collection can heat up within a short span of time.

They can maintain constant temperature automatically and therefore a suitable adhesive for office, home, and DIY projects are done using glass, wood, plastic, fabric, ceramics and metal. The presence of safety and comfortable power switch with LED light mode along with detachable, flexible support helps users to keep them stable and upright. Therefore, users can hold the gun from any angle.

Electric Hot Air Guns - These types of heat blowers can be either corded or cordless. Thy can produce temperatures from moderate to the highest level and are widely used in homes, crafts and industrial needs.  The small hot air guns are widely used in creating crafts. The larger models offer a higher level and have a stronger construction. They are widely used for removing paints spread over large areas within a short span of time. 

Gas Powered Heat Guns Gas powered heat guns utilize a fuel cell, cartridge or tank with an electronic ignition. The temperature capabilities are dependent on the size and model. A number of them are quite small and are ideal for use in emergencies. Big industrial butane torches are ideal for use in heavier projects such as welding and in construction sites without any electricity.

Industrial Heat Guns - These types of heat guns can be either powered by electricity or gas. They are usually larger, stronger and more expensive. They have a heavy-duty construction makes them easy for usage in mass retail packaging, engineering applications, car repair, and construction. A number of advanced industrial models utilize microprocessors for controlling heat delivery, self-calibration and adjusting predefined variables in real time. Industrial heat guns can also be used in homes and businesses that need a high level of performance.

Infrared Heat Guns-The unique feature of infrared heat guns is that they produce infrared heat rather than hot air. They offer a lower temperature level between 400-600 degrees Fahrenheit (between 204-315 degrees Celsius). Because of this limitation, infrared heat guns are less handy than normal heat guns. However, they are suitable for usage in checking toxic fumes from materials which become hazardous at higher temperatures like lead paint. They are quite affordable as compared to other models available in the market.

Different Brands of Heat Guns Available At Moglix

Moglix deals in a wide range of heat guns online. Some of them are mentioned below:-

Bosch Heat Guns - The Bosch heat gun models which we have on offer include models which have a 3 step controlled airflow. These Bosch heat guns are highly compact and can be used in a wide range of applications such as plastic welding, stripping of old paints, desoldering etc. The heat guns from Bosch which form a part of our online collection are equipped with the feature of thermal protection.

Hitachi Heat Guns - The Hitachi heat gun models which form a part of our online collection are equipped with two heat settings. They come with a hanging hook which makes them easy to store and for stationary use. The Hitachi heat guns offer a cool air shot for quick cooling down. The overheating protection feature and soft grip handle make them suitable them convenient and safe to use.

Cheston Heat Guns - Our collection of Cheston heat guns have variable heat settings which make them highly user-friendly tools. Long term durability is ensured by the overload protection feature. These heat guns from Cheston come with 2 heat settings.

Cumi Heat Guns - The Cumi heat guns which we are offering as a part of this range are suitable for usage in applications such as stripping and drying paints, removing tiles, softening adhesives on glass, shrink wrap products and packing gifts, drying out damp wood, melting wax for usage in making crafts, desoldering and small electronic repairs. The temperature control settings of these guns make them convenient to use. The presence of high-quality ceramic heating, strong motor, and optimum device cooling. They have an ergonomic design and a handle with a non-slip soft grip which makes them easy to handle. These heat guns from Cumi are suitable for stationary use on large, non-slip floor space.

We also deal in heat guns from other models such as Eastman, Metabo, Makita, Stanley, Skil, Tiger, Trumax etc. These heat guns are ideal for usage in homes, workshops as well as industrial specifications. They have been manufactured in compliance with the latest industrial specifications. Therefore, they offer the satisfactory quality of service over a long span of time.

Difference Between Heat Guns, Air Blowers and Glue Guns?

Heat guns are primarily used for stripping varnishes and paints, welding, shaping and stripping through the use of hot air. Hot air blowers are mainly used for bending and soldering operations. The lock on switch makes them suitable for smooth, hands-free usage.

The pistol grip of these heat guns is well balanced and is suitable for usage over an extended period of time. They can perform different types of tasks with three types of temperature settings. Hot air blowers are highly suitable for drying new coats of paint or filler, thawing frozen pipes, bending and shaping materials, lighting barbecues and stripping paints and varnishes from doors and windows.

Glue guns are used in a wide variety of applications ranging from embossing cards, fixing buttons, making jewelry, decorate windows, creating molds within a short span of time.

Why Buy Heat Guns Online from Moglix?

At Moglix, we have sourced the latest range of heat guns online to meet up with the diverse needs of industry, workshop, and home-based users. All products which we are offering as a part of this category have been segmented on the basis of brands, price, discounts, air flow capacity and power input.

The heat gun price of all models has been kept with a wide range to meet up with the buying capacity of all buyers. The heat guns for sale which are available here have been procured from some of the leading brands in the Indian market. The product specifications are updated from time to time to ensure that buyers have access to all the information that they are looking for. Therefore, to acquire the latest range of heat guns online at the best prices, select from the new range we have on offer.

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